Audiobook version of the second issue of the famous science fiction magazine Astounding Stories, known today as Analog. This issue comes from the days before John W. Campbell, Jr. became its editor. The writers are solid pulp folks, though obscure today. A whole magazineful of interesting adventures: mad scientists, alien invasions, and more!
CONTENTS: "Old Crompton's Secret" by Harl Vincent (Harold Vincent Schoepflin) "Spawn of the Stars" by Charles Willard Diffin "The Corpse on the Grating" by Hugh B. Cave "Creatures of the Light" by Sophie Wenzel Ellis "Into Space" by Sterner St. Paul (Sterner St. Paul Meek) Bonus from the January issue: First half of "The Beetle Horde" serial novel Conclusion of "The Beetle Horde" by Victor Rousseau (Victor Rousseau Emanuel) "Mad Music" by Anthony Pelcher "The Thief of Time" by Captain S.P. Meek (Sterner St. Paul Meek)
Issue complete. Follows the Gutenberg edition, which is copyright-cleared.
To answer the question below, Gutenberg is indeed working on the first issue. They aren't done clearing and editing that one yet, so the second was released first. :) However, there's more cursorily cleared versions of 1930-1933 issues up on archive.org as PDFs.